What to Expect from Stripp’d Juice’s New Fishtown Location

Hint: They're going to have WAY more food.

Acai Bowl at Stripp'd Juice | Photo courtesy Stripp'd Juice

Acai Bowl at Stripp’d Juice | Photo courtesy Stripp’d Juice

As you probably already know, fellow juice lovers, Stripp’d Juice has a second location in the works (they opened their first outpost in Old City in 2015), and it’s going to look a bit different than their first.

The new location, attached to City Fitness’s newly opened Fishtown Gym at 1424 Frankford Avenue, is slated to open in early March, with the exact opening date yet to be announced. And it sounds like they’re going a bit bigger this time around. Think: more cafe seating, an expanded food menu and a retail section slinging house-made pantry staples like almond and peanut butters and other stuff we all need. Read: fancy chocolate and hangover recovery pills.

The Old City location features a delicious but limited menu of food items, including chipotle guac toast, brioche egg sandwiches and acai bowls. In really exciting news, the Fishtown location will expand on this menu in a BIG way, with a full-blown food menu including new breakfast and lunch items like a Stripp’d Burger — that’s a vegan patty served up with lettuce, tomato, onion, cheddar and house-made ketchup — a handful of grain bowls, including a stir-fried kamut bowl with shrimp and fried egg (Mmmmm); avocado confit (color us intrigued) paired with Metropolitan’s cracked wheat bread. Then, of course, they’ll have bottled cold-pressed juices — though they’ve pared down the selection to four options — blended drinks, and acai and matcha bowls. You can see the full menu (warning: you will drool all over your keyboard) here. Menu items run from $3.50 to $13.

As owner Khoran Horn, who, along with being a juice master, is a trained chef, said in a press release, “I’m excited to bring something like this to Fishtown for a fresh take on breakfast and lunch, and to challenge the notion that to eat clean and healthy, food has to taste like pan-seared cardboard.” Hear, hear. Stay tuned for info on the exact opening date.

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